If Occupational Therapy 101 For Parents was my campaign platform, I must hold true to the single promise that I made in its conclusion: to provide my readers with some useful nuggets – proprioception activities for kids – to try at home. The challenge with this endeavor is offering advice that can be universally applied […]
Gather Resources & Tools for Sensory Processing Disorder
Discover resources and ideas to help your child with sensory processing obstacles.
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“It is a no brainer,” my husband said to me as we scrolled through this year’s limited time Super-Sensory Bundle offer, “Over $1000 worth of resources for less than $40? Yeah, I’m in.” I didn’t say anything, just nodded, and clicked on the Gain Instant Access button. Boom. I wasn’t sure I was going to […]
Years ago, as we began our sensory processing journey, I scoured the internet for an answer to the question: what are the signs of sensory issues? I discovered sensory checklists, a tool that guided me in identifying my sons’ sensory integration challenges. Most importantly, though, it helped us find the appropriate professional to create a plan […]
I discovered the term sensory processing disorder many years ago when my oldest was exhibiting sensory processing issues. At the time, I began to learn as much as I possibly could about sensory integration and brain development. Let me begin by saying that I am a parent and a Montessori trained teacher. I write to […]
There is a process of parenting a child with challenges. Whether your child ends up diagnosed as being “on the spectrum”, or if your child has an extreme and intense personality, is beside the point. At the end of the day, we have an opportunity to celebrate all these differences for what the qualities really […]
“Mom, do you have to go anywhere today?” I hear my six year old say to my back as I am putting on a pair of “nicer than gym” shorts. I sighed to myself, I have learned that much constraint, closed my eyes, and breathed deeply. I turned around to face my son, knelt down […]